Disappointed Obamacare Lover Jessica Sanford is the Perfect Low Information Voter

Jessica Sanford was running totally on faith, not knowledge, until she got sandbagged by Obama’s unaffordable care act. But even after she found out that Obama screwed her over she still invoked her religious belief in the man. It was never his fault, you see?

Jessica Sanford was on a high on October 21. She had gone through the effort to logon and navigate through the Obamacare website in her Washington State home and found that she qualified for a gold level insurance plan at a mere $169 a month (yaaaa, Jessica) the taxpayers picking up the rest (yaaaa, us).

Her high got still higher after she wrote a nice thank you note to the President and he actually read it to the nation in a November 21 press conference to tout his wonderful healthcare law.

But then she got a letter from her state insurance exchange that was sad to inform her that they made a teensy tinsey mistake. She really didn’t qualify for the gold plan and all that taxpayer funded assistance.

So she tried again and found a little worse plan for a little more out of her own pocket, but still with taxpayer cash floating her lifestyle.

And it kept rolling downhill.

That was a mistake, too, and that wasn’t the only one. It just kept getting worse.

Well, I won’t bore you with the many other things that happened to her. What is most important–and funny–is Mz Sanford’s reaction to all this.

Firstly she is totally flabbergasted that this all happened to her, a good Obama foot soldier.

When finally informed that she didn’t qualify for any freebies, Sanford was “dumfounded.”

“I was dumbfounded. I thought this was a total mistake, they’re going to correct this — this isn’t true. How could I not qualify for a tax credit? I make under $50,000 a year. There’s got to be something. So I got ahold of my broker, and a couple of days later he called me back, and he told me that no, it was true.”

If she took the time to do a bit of research instead of going by her faith that being a good little Obama brown shirt was all she needed for a wealth of freebies, she would have realized that her near $50,000 a year is lose to the national average and in that case she makes far too much to qualify for subsidies.

The subsidies only go to people just above the poverty level, a level which, for single people, is less than $11,500 annually. $50,000 is not $11,500.

So, let’s recap. Jessica went into her Obamacare experience with a religious belief that because she was a faithful Obamaist she would be showered with freebies paid for by others. Then she found out that SHE was the one Obama expected to pay for everyone else.

But does Jessica blame her Svengali?

Nope.

Like all true believers in the messiah she believes it’s someone else’s fault.

“I don’t want this to be a political thing,” this doltish woman said to the media.

“I don’t want to be bashing the president. I don’t want to be bashing the ACA. I don’t want to come across as saying that. I am a big Obama fan,” she blathered.

“But to me there is a big problem with the way the state is handling it. It is like a big machine – you put your stuff in there and once you do it, it is impossible to do anything. You can’t get through to them [on the phone], the website is really limited. So you are stuck on this big treadmill of bureaucracy, and you know, it feels very out of control.”

Notice she blames the state. But the reason the state had to do all this, the reason it is all not working, is because of what Obama demanded of them. None of this would be happening if it weren’t for Obama.

Regardless, the religion stays strong despite all the proof that this woman was taken for a fool. She still has her 100% belief in Obama the messiah.

Truth, facts. reality, trustworthiness, none of this matters to a religious Obamaite.

And Jessica is a gooood fanatic.

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  • 914

    “I don’t want to be bashing the president. I don’t want to be bashing the ACA. I don’t want to come across as saying that. I am a big Obama fan,”

    The Kool-Aid is strong with this one..

    • Retired military

      “I am a big Obama fan”
      We can tell, What a stooge.

  • Porkopolis

    We’re going to have to invent a new word because schadenfreude just isn’t cutting it any more. How about something like Oshitenfreude?

    Use in a sentence:

    Obamacare’s unintended consequences has resulted copious Oshitenfreude.

    • LiberalNightmare

      I prefer “schaden-boner” as in “reading stories about how badly lefties are getting screwed over by obamacare gives me a serious schaden-boner.”

  • Vagabond661

    Jessica, it’s called Obamacare for a reason…

    • jim_m

      Really? Because it is abundantly clear that obama pretty much doesn’t care about anyone but himself.

      • Vagabond661

        Right and note that it’s not called Bushcare or TeaPartycare or Cruzcare.

  • Walter_Cronanty

    Jessica isn’t “dumbfounded” – she’s founded on dumb.

  • jim_m

    She makes over the average income and yet she believes that she is due a government handout. What a revolting parasite.

    • Walter_Cronanty

      Why do you think she voted for Obama?

      • 914

        1. He’s black. 2. He’s leftist. 3. So is she. 4. Freebies

        Not necessarily in this order.

        • Sky__Captain

          Is she black?
          I have not seen her picture, so I do not know. Nor do I care about her skin color. Her character is a bit lacking in content, however.

          • jim_m

            There is a picture at the link in the article. I think 914 meant that she is also a leftist since she is quite obiously not black.

          • 914

            Exactly

  • LiberalNightmare

    Awww, poor little thing.

    Wait till she finds out that her birth control isnt really free, she’ll be crushed.

  • Lawrence Westlake

    All part and parcel of our now accelerating descent into being a third-world banana republic. Politics by pure gender-based voting, race-based voting and other demographics-based voting is the death knell of a plurastic republic. It simply can’t be sustained nor overcome. This walking robot Jessica and tens of millions of others who think along those lines by reflex will continue voting blindly for Democrats, right up until the time the USA turns into Greece with higher crime rates. It’ll get far worse, actually, as Democrat national policies continue destroying the middle classes and continue placing more and more people within the grip of the welfare state. It’ll end quite poorly.

  • Commander_Chico

    She didn’t know that she’d have to pump money into the insurance companies.

    • jim_m

      She’s being forced to pay for insurance she does not need because the insurance companies are being forced to increase their risk. You have not established that insurance companies are making huge money on obamacare, you have not explained how by hugely increasing their risk that they are somehow gouging the public and you have not addressed the fact that dems have publicly stated that the purpose of obamacare is to make private insurance companies go out off business.

      But that’s OK. I suppose you have been too busy defending bigotry.

      • Commander_Chico

        The dems stated “publicly?” Find me a quote on that one – from a Dem leader.

        • jim_m

          Here are Jan Schakowsky and obama saying so.

          Here is Sibelius admitting that obama has placed private health insurance “in a death spiral”

          and you can find dozens of other articles on line saying the same thing, that obamacare leads to no other end but the destruction of the insurance industry.

          Of course you are such an idiot and ideologue that you would refuse to admit this even after the last health care insurance company disappears.

          And why I respond to a vulgar bigot like you is beyond me.

          • jim_m

            OK, I did not script the blockquotes, they come as additions from Disqus when I used the HTML to add the links in the text. WHY??? Why does Disqus keep screwing up their product?

          • Commander_Chico

            Seems like a new feature. I like it. Keeps people from masking malware sites through HTML. Also lets you know where you’re going.

          • jim_m

            That’s right dumbass. People on Wizbang are always linking to malware and phishing sites. Never mind that anyone with a synapse would be able to look at the status bar when they mouse over a link and see where it goes. Jeez you’re dumb.

          • Commander_Chico

            Wizbang is not the only place using Disqus.

          • jim_m

            My response was to indicate that you do not need this new Disqus feature to get the information that you said you wanted. It is a normal function of a browser. As I said: Jeez you’re dumb,

          • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

            Newsflash from the land of soi disant cognoscenti?

          • Commander_Chico

            Well, the Schakowsky video did not work, what Obama said ten years ago about his aspirations isn’t really too relevant, the other pieces don’t have quotes from Dem leaders.

            You live on the current system, so of course you want $50 tongue depressors to continue. Keep sucking the blood of the ill and injured.

            http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2136864,00.html

            http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/02/23/steven-brills-26000-word-health-care-story-in-one-sentence/

            “Over the past few decades, we’ve enriched the labs, drug companies, medical device makers, hospital administrators and purveyors of CT scans, MRIs, canes and wheelchairs,” Brill concludes. “Meanwhile … we’ve squeezed everyone outside the system who gets stuck with the bills.”

            I’m pretty sure that jim_m is somewhere in that list of the “enriched.”

            The current system sucks. It’s not just the cost, it’s the unavailability. In the USA, I have to wait weeks or even a couple of months for a non-urgent appointment. In Canada, Dubai, Thailand, Singapore, Spain, I can walk into a clinic, get seen right away or within a couple of days, and pay a modest amount in cash – far less than what my insurance company would be billed for a visit in the USA. If I tried the same in the USA, I’d get a $2000 bill for a half-hour visit.

            Remember: https://twitter.com/FearDept/status/403214807127441408

          • Retired military

            Chico in short
            In other words “Oh look a shiney”

            Also I could add Reid statement about this Obamacare being a step towards single payer. Or Obama’s own statement that it will take 10-15 years to get to a single payer since it cant be done right away.

            But Chico would once again either ignore it (like he ignores
            a. Oprah wants millions dead because she THINKS that they are racist
            b. People are called racist by the lefties including the Lamestream media because they object to Obama’s policies which are the same policies they objected to when espoused by Reid, BIll or Hillary, Pelosi, Kerry, GOre, BIden, Etc But since Obama is now espousing them people are now racists.

            or Chico will use the “Oh look a shiny” defense if he doesn’t totally ignore it. .

          • Commander_Chico

            You’re already on socialist single payer, RM, and jim_m’s bleeding the system now.

          • Retired military

            Ah yes. Chico choose the “Oh look a shiny” instead of actually answering the questions.
            Along with that he chose
            Option D – The socialist military guy.

            So Chico why are people being called racist by the lefties including the Lamestream media and yourself when they object to Obama’s policies which are the same policies they objected to when espoused by Reid, BIll or Hillary, Pelosi, Kerry, GOre, BIden, Etc

            inquiring minds want to know.

            Be sure to pull the “oh look a shiney” of your ass again (or your mouth since they are the same.

          • jim_m

            As I said, You’re such an ideologue that you will deny any amount of evidence.

            Well perhaps you have to wait because you are a worthless parasite looking for free socialized care. I can walk into a clinic anywhere in the US and get treated within the hour. When I needed an MRI for my knee, when I called up they offered me an appointment within 6 hours. I accepted one for the next morning. I had surgery within 2 weeks

            In Canada 80% of Colon Cancer patients are treatable at time of diagnosis. After the 3.5 MONTH WAIT FOR CHEMO, only 40% are deemed to have treatable disease. Average waits for MRI’s extend to 6 months. Surgery can be 6 months to several years. If our system is so bad then explain why we have better cancer outcomes than anyone else in the world?

            Just keep spewing your lies Chico. NOBODY believes any of them for a second.Health care in the US is available immediately for anyone who needs it. There is actually a law that mandates it. Only worthless parasites and freeloaders like you are waiting for care.

          • jim_m

            If you want to restrain the cost of health care you need to do 3 things:

            1) stop defensive medicine and the only way to do that is to restrain the personal injury attorney lobby, something the dems will never do.

            2) stop the transfer of cost from government run programs to private health care. Government run programs such as Medicare and Medicaid pay 40-45 cents on the dollar, the difference is made up by overcharging people who have private insurance. Once there is single payer then care will be rationed (and there is not a single reason to believe that under obama the rationing system will be based on political ideology and nothing else).

            3) reduce the cost of healthcare by reducing the barriers to entry into the field. Providing alternative and easier entry into practice of medicine would reduce the strangle hold the med schools have on the profession. That in turn would force them to lower their costs in order to be more competitive. Lower costs would mean that physicians wouldn’t be charging exorbitant prices in order to pay off hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.

            But then, those are free market solutions and not the fascist police state that Chico as trying to get established.

            And remember, when Chico and the dems say they want to “reduce the cost of healthcare” what they are really saying is that they want someone else to pay for their healthcare. None of obama’s plans actually reduce the cost of healthcare, they only reduce what the government will pay.

            In other words obama (and his butt kisser, Chico) want to plunder 1/6 of the nation’s economy for their ow n benefit and are claiming that they are doing so to punish the greedy insurance companies and healthcare providers when all they are really doing is trying to enrich themselves.

          • Commander_Chico

            I totally agree with no. 3 of your suggestions – medicine in the USA is a protective guild.

          • jim_m

            But as a communist you disagree with the idea of actually doing something to decrease the costs of healthcare that involve eliminating wealth transfers to your protected voter constituencies (trial lawyers and government union employees).

          • Commander_Chico

            Medical malpractice cases are usually pretty controlled by tribunals which have doctors on them, so it’s only the real mistakes that go to trial.

            If some hungover MD leaves a towel in your abdomen, shouldn’t he pay?

          • jim_m

            What fantasy world do you live in? Malpractice cases are decided in court if they are not settled beforehand. Doctors have zip to do with this. Insurance companies estimate what their loss might be in a court ruling and offer a settlement that is competitive with that in order to avoid the trial. They get it pretty close usually.

            What a freaking load of bullshit! You can’t even address the issue without concocting some BS response that has nothing to do with reality. How about engaging in the real world dumbass.

            The problem with medical malpractice was never compensation for legitimate errors, it was the rent seeking from trial lawyers and their greedy clients who believed that they could get a free ride and it was exorbitant claims that were inflated far beyond reasonable compensation for damages. Texas instituted this kind of reform and they saw their health care costs plateau.

            But Chico first lies and then trots out a bullshit excuse for doing nothing so he can justify keeping costs up for everyone else. The only thing he is interested in is keeping costs up to transfer the $ to his lefty friends.

          • Jwb10001

            Hey Chico, I just picked this up from Gary Johnson’s web page. I know you’ll be surprised hear he’s no fan of Obamacare and believes in Market solutions to our healthcare problems:

            But, by the time President Obama and Congress were finished with the Affordable Care Act, we ended up with unprecedented government mandates, tax increases, and a federal intrusion into the marketplace like none we have ever seen. The result: Higher insurance costs, job-killing regulations, and no evidence that anyone will enjoy improved health care.

            Reduced costs and better service are what a free, functional marketplace will provide – if the government stays out of the way. Health care is no exception. Competition, price transparency, and the innovation that will result from a robust marketplace will accomplish the fundamental goals of affordability and access in ways the government cannot possibly accomplish.

            Now I know I’m in for a big Chico lecture on evil insurance companies and all that but I thought it might be interesting to see how a true libertarian feels about Obamacare. Imagine my surprise when I found him not defending it or Obama like you do…. curious no?

          • Commander_Chico

            I don’t have to agree with Gary Johnson on everything.

            He’s just better than Obama or Romney.

          • Jwb10001

            Dude you don’t agree with Johnson on anything.

        • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

          You got blood on your face
          Big disgrace

          I’d ask if you get tired of being wrong, but the answer is self evident…

        • Retired military

          So Chico,
          Are you going to choose
          a Oh look a shiny
          or
          b. Not reply at all.

          edit

          Well it looks like Chico chose “oh look a shiny” yet again.

    • Retired military

      Yep she is about as stupid as most other Obama voters.
      “I was all for Obamacare but I didn’t think I would have to pay for it personally”

      Hey Chico, since she is unhappy with Obamacare does that make her racist in your and Oprah’s book.

  • GarandFan

    I WANT MY “FREE” STUFF!

    Well sit back and relax Ms Sanford. YOU are one of the “lucky” people who are going to be paying for all that “free” stuff.

  • Retired military

    If things keep going the way they are I fully expect Obama’s approval numbers to be in the neighborhood of his unemployment numbers.

    • Walter_Cronanty

      The real unemployment numbers, or the phonied-up ones?

      • Retired military

        The real unemployment numbers.
        After all. Even Obama wont go below 20% or so.

  • Par4Course

    Don’t bother Ms. Sanford with the facts, even those she can see with her own eyes. As Woody said, “The heart wants what it wants.”

  • Hank_M

    The one part of Obamacare I actually like, seeing the most ardent supporters getting screwed by it.

  • Retired military

    The lady must be racist because she doesn’t support the ACA. Sorta like Oprah, Chico and Obama are racists.

  • Retired military

    Chico and his shiny

    “Well, the Schakowsky video did not work, what Obama said ten years ago about his aspirations isn’t really too relevant, the other pieces don’t have quotes from Dem leaders

    http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2013/aug/10/reid-says-obamacare-just-step-toward-eventual-sing/
    Reid says Obamacare just a step toward eventual single-payer system

    “What we’ve done with Obamacare is have a step in the right direction, but we’re far from having something that’s going to work forever,” Reid said.

    When then asked by panelist Steve Sebelius whether he meant ultimately the country would have to have a health care system that abandoned insurance as the means of accessing it, Reid said: “Yes, yes. Absolutely, yes.”

    ———-

    Pelosi

    “For 30 years I have supported a single payer plan, but our next best choice is to support an exchange and a public option.


    also

    http://www.pnhp.org/news/2009/july/breaking-news-speaker-pelosi-promises-floor-vote-on-single-payer

    Seeking to dampen liberal anger about deals cut with centrists, Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) said House leaders have agreed to allow a floor vote on a government-run, single-payer system.

    “A lot of members on our committee want a vote on that,” said Waxman said in an interview. “I believe their wishes will be accommodated.”

    Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) offered a single-payer amendment in the Energy and Commerce Committee on Friday, but withdrew it after Waxman said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) had promised a floor vote.

    http://thehill.com/leading-the-news/liberals-will-get-single-payer-vote-on-house-floor-2009-07-31.html

    The Weiner single payer amendment:
    http://energycommerce.house.gov/Press_111/20090731/hr3200_weiner_1.pdf

    ————–

    Obama
    “I am a proponent of a single-payer universal healthcare program…
    All of you know we might not get there immediately because first we have to take back the White House, we have to take back the Senate and we have to take back the House.”

    Gee when was the first time that dems had control fo the WH and the Senate after 2003? Why it was 2009 when Obama got elected.

    Obama speech mentioning single payer.

    http://www.redstate.com/jrichardson/2009/08/11/obamas-doublspeak-on-single-payer-health-care-systems/

    This is in 2008
    “If I were designing a system from scratch, I would probably go ahead with a single-payer system,” said then-Senator Obama. “I see no reason why the United States of America, the wealthiest country in the history of the world, spending 14 percent of its gross national product on health care, cannot provide basic health insurance to everybody.”

    Lets see who we have here

    http://twitchy.com/2013/11/15/as-obamacare-glitches-continue-calls-grow-louder-for-single-payer-system/

    John Podesta

    Lawrence Odonnel

    Dan Savage.

    Markos KOS

    Anthony Weiner

    John Conyers

    http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/conyers-obamacare-platform-creating-single-payer-system

    When asked if he thinks President Obama’s health-care law will lead to a single-payer health-care system in the U.S., Conyers said: “Well it’s a platform. I don’t think they flow smoothly but without that, if we didn’t have this then health care, universal health care would be an even more difficult legislative objective,” he said. – See more at: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/conyers-obamacare-platform-creating-single-payer-system#sthash.YYP4O0PY.dpuf

    Next thing you know Chico will claim that Obama, Reid and Pelosi are not dem leaders.
    I could go on Chico but I fully expect “oh look a shiny” if any response at all.

    • Commander_Chico

      OK, good. Tricare for all.

      • Retired military

        And Chico goes for “Oh a shiny” and “The socialst military” all in one.
        Thanks for proving my point.

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